George A. Kelly’s Constructive Alternativism — An Application to Religious & Ideological Radicalism

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The theory of psychological constructs was pioneered by a psychologist named George A. Kelly (1905–19671). Kelley suggested that every man is a scientist who creates testable hypotheses in their mind as a way of explaining the world. These hypotheses are called constructs and are under constant flux across the lifespan.

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Author of “A Voice From Inside” | JW PIMO | Writing about Psychology, Mental Health, Religious Trauma & Jehovah’s Witnesses.

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